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Optimum Wellbeing on the Journey From Menarche to Menopause

Broadcast on September 27, 2021
With Sarita Shrestha, MD, BAMS
Hosted by David Crow, LAc

Menarche is a doorway to womanhood while menopause is a doorway to wisdom. According to Sarita Shrestha MD, BAMS, this journey is like the flow of a river with its collection of experiences and memories. Pain and joy are the path to understand body wisdom, and every transition teaches a lesson of life.

In This Session You'll Discover:

  • Important health considerations at different stages of a woman's life
  • How to celebrate the milestones of different life transitions
  • Valuable practices to enhance health and wellbeing during life transitions
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Sarita Shrestha, MD, BAMS

Senior Ayurvedic Gynecologist and Obsterician

Dr. Sarita Shrestha is the first woman Ayurvedic MD, obstetrician and gynecologist in Nepal, with more than 30 years of medical practice focusing on treatment in infertility. She has provided healthcare service to thousands of people in urban and remote areas of India and Nepal, in hospitals and in hundreds of Ayurvedic and Yoga health camps. She is the founder and director of Devi Ma Kunja, an Ayurvedic hospital in Kathmandu devoted to women’s health.

Dr. Shrestha has a multitude of academic credentials and an extensive education at major Ayurvedic medical colleges in India, and is also certified in acupuncture and yoga therapy. She has written several text books of Ayurvedic medicine, dozens of articles and research papers, and has been a featured speaker at Ayurvedic conferences around the world, including in the U.S., Indonesia, Canada, Mexico and China. In the West she is referred to as The Mother of Ayurveda.

Sarita Shrestha, MD, BAMS